Signs you are dating a sociopath
They feel entitled to behave however they choose, but others must be kept in line at all times. It's your fault for being so petty and pointing out their lie.We see this in politics every single day, when our elected officials stomp across the morals they enforce upon everyone else. They might also bring up your past mistakes, to prove that their lie isn't actually so bad by comparison.They have extremely high expectations in you, but don’t seem to follow those standards themselves.They are allowed to have dinner with their “crazy” ex who’s “still in love” with them, but they’ll give you the silent treatment for going out with your friends.Identifying Traits of a Sociopath Coping with a Sociopath Understanding Sociopathy Community Q&A In the mental health field, sociopathy is also known as antisocial personality disorder, a condition that prevents people from adapting to the ethical and behavioral standards of his or her community.Sociopathic individuals can be dangerous, exhibiting criminal behavior, organizing dangerous cults, and causing harm to themselves and others.Someone is always out to get them, and that’s the reason behind all of their problems.4) Anyone who points out my wrongdoings should be punished.
Ideal targets have always paid strong attention to rules and ethics.
Many good liars have no imagination at all; it's that which gives their lies such wide-eyed conviction.” — Philip Pullman, The Golden Compass Hypocrites groom you to become hyper-aware of your own minor (or non-existent) wrongdoings, while actively dismissing anything that they themselves are doing wrong.
First they relocate blame—then, your conscience does the rest of the work for them.
They declare their hatred of negativity, all the while calling you "hysterical" to anyone who will listen, even when you are completely ignoring them. You feel like a child being reprimanded by an adult.
They speak down to you as if you are intellectually deficient and emotionally unstable. You will find that they spend a lot more time excusing their behavior than ever actually improving it.